The Tampa Bay Lightning and New Jersey Devils have hooked up and made a trade.

Headed to New Jersey is goaltender Louis Domingue while the Bolts are picking up a conditional seventh-round draft pick.

Tampa will get New Jersey’s seventh-round pick in 2021 if Domingue plays in seven games or one postseason contest for New Jersey, or if he’s traded prior to the 2020 draft. The playoff condition is interesting since the Devils are near the cellar of the Eastern Conference with a 4-8-1 record.

Domingue posted a 21-5-0 record with the Lightning last season, sporting a .908 save percentage and a 2.88 goals-against average. He has a year remaining on his contract which carries a $1.15 million hit to the salary cap.

So far this season, the 27-year old Domingue has played the entire season in the American Hockey League this year after Tampa Bay signed veteran netminder Curtis McElhinney in free agency to back up Andrei Vasilevkiy.

In New Jersey, the pairing of MacKenzie Blackwood and Cory Schneider have combined for an uninspiring .859 save percentage and a 3.96 goals against average this season headed into action on Friday night.